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Commission supports access negotiation in upper Haupiri Valley

Location: Upper Haupiri valley

Case Type: Access dispute

Date Closed: 07/03/2014

The Commission provided land status information to the West Coast Fish & Game Council, the Department of Conservation and Grey District Council, to help progress negotiations with a landholder to open public access to upper Haupiri Valley.

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Gate barring vehicle access investigated

Location: Ahaura River

Case Type: General enquiry

Date Closed: 05/12/2013

The Commission investigated a locked gate barring vehicle access to the Ahaura-Tutaekuri River confluence in response to an enquiry. It was found the track was not passable to vehicles and the gate did not limit walking access.

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Wanganui River access restored

Location: Wanganui River

Case Type: Access dispute

Date Closed: 28/06/2013

The Commission worked with the Department of Conservation to identify alternative access along the Wanganui River, after the river had completely eroded the existing access route.

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Wainihinihi Creek private accessway open by arrangement

Location: Newton Range

Case Type: General enquiry

Date Closed: 24/05/2013

The Commission advised an enquirer that a landholder was happy to provide access across private land to Wainihinihi Creek in Westland on request.

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Agreement reached on Toaroha River access

Location: Toaroha River

Case Type: Access dispute

Date Closed: 30/12/2012

The Commission clarified information on land boundaries, leading to agreement between a landholder, Westland District Council and the Department of Conservation for access over private land and siting of a car park.

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Public access to Haupiri Amuri Road restored

Location: Haupiri Amuri unformed legal road, Waikiti Downs

Case Type: Access dispute

Date Closed: 10/12/2012

The Commission worked with Grey District Council and the Department of Conservation to restore access along the unformed portion of Haupiri-Amuri Road to the Ahaura River and public land beyond it.

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New bridge for Old Ghost Road cycleway

Location: Specimen Creek

Case Type: Enhanced Access Fund

Date Closed: 30/11/2012

The Mokihinui-Lyell Backcountry Trust received $20,000 from the Commission’s Enhanced Access Fund to build a new bridge on the Old Ghost Road cycleway – one of New Zealand’s ‘Great Rides’.

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Access to the Nancy River negotiated

Location: Nancy River

Case Type: General enquiry

Date Closed: 12/05/2012

The Commission provided advice to an angler who wished to request access across private land to access the Nancy River in Grey District.

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Advice provided on roadside information kiosk

Location: Greymouth

Case Type: General enquiry

Date Closed: 19/03/2012

The Grey District Council sought comment on a resource consent application it had received regarding installation of a roadside information kiosk. The Commission advised that there were no public access implications and that it would not oppose the kiosk.

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Takaka River Top Rocks access rumour dispelled

Location: Takaka River

Case Type: New access proposal

Date Closed: 11/03/2011

The Commission investigated a rumour that an unformed legal road leading to the “Top Rocks” swimming hole was going to be stopped and was able to confirm that the Tasman District Council had no intention of stopping public access.

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